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Feds Recently Forced People to Unlock Their Phones With Their Fingerprints…and It’s Legal

Instead of trying to access your phone through codes, keys, and backdoors, they're just brute forcing you to unlock it yourself. The post Feds Recently Forced People to Unlock Their Phones With Their Fingerprints…and It’s Legal appeared first on RedState.
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